• Christmas at Luther

    Christmas at Luther 2015

    "Savior of the Nations, Come" is an homage to Christmas music from around the world — December 3-6 in the Center for Faith and Life.

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Events Calendar


Influenza continues to spread! Iowa is one of 3 states in the nation that have the highest estimated influenza activity right now! This is a reminder that the flu virus is circulating and the flu vaccine is the best tool we have to prevent the flu. Health Service will have another Flu Clinic on Tuesday, December 1 in the Union from 12:30-2:30 p.m. Flu Vaccine is also available anytime during office hours at Health Service. #Get Vaccinated!

In a musical celebration of joy, community and holiday traditions, Luther College will present the 2015 production of "Christmas at Luther" December 3-6 in the Center for Faith and Life. The 2015 production, titled "Savior of the Nations, Come," is an homage to Christmas music from around the world, including the Spanish carol "Riu, Riu, Chiu," the Ukranian carol "Carol of the Bells" and the Haitian carol "Noel Asyisyen."


Library Thanksgiving Break Hours

Tuesday, November 24  7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 
Wednesday, November 25  8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. 
Thursday-Saturday, November 26-28  Closed 
Sunday, November 29  6:00 p.m.-midnight 



The Campus Programming Office is excited to announce that the Farwell Distinguished Lecturer in 2015-2016 will be Bryan Stevenson on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at 7:00 p.m., speaking on Mercy, Humanity, and Making a Difference. Stevenson is founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, author of Just Mercy, and one of Time's Most Influential People in 2015. Connections with curricular planning are actively encouraged, supporting campus wide conversation. Questions? Contact Tanya Gertz.

Finals Prep Week: A Campus Programming reminder to all that Tuesday-Sunday, December 8-13 is considered finals prep week and is intended to provide additional space for students to prepare for tests, papers and finals. These six days are set aside for academic preparation for finals, and Luther does not schedule public events during this time--including student led events. Exceptions include only athletic events, social gatherings, Christmas in the Union, and Kwanzaa.

*TEXT REMINDERS FOR EVENTS ON CAMPUS! Want to know what is happening tonight at Luther? Text LCCAF to 36000 to receive text messages about the Student Activities Council and Performing Arts Committee latest and greatest events and programming (Luther College Co-Curricular Activities Fee)!

Senior Paper cupcakes at Preus Library: On Tuesday, November 24, delicious cupcakes will be available at the Research Help Desk from 11 to 4:30 p.m. for students who have completed their senior papers this Fall. Flavors will include Devil’s Food, Lady Baltimore, and Applesauce Spice. While supplies last. 

3-week Summer Study Abroad Applications Available! Study Daoism and Maoism in China; Soccer and Media in Europe; or Cold Wars in Europe! Earn Paideia 450, communication studies, physical education credits. Click here to apply to one of three NEW SUMMER 2016 Off-Campus Courses. Questions? Contact Corby Preus, 387-1275. 


Researchers at the University of Maryland invite you to participate in a 15-20 minute survey regarding microaggressions (e.g., subtle interactions that communicate negative messages based on identity). This research will aid in the understanding of how people from different backgrounds experience everyday microaggressions in their communities and on campuses. Click here: bit.ly/dailymicroaggressions.

Found: a pair of Beats headphones in the library. Contact library@luther.edu to claim.